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  • says, entirely unperturbed.
       But then this is a woman who
    happily admits to going shoeless
    on one recent awards ceremony stage. “My feet were killing me. It was a long dress, so I said to Keith [Urban, the country music star and the actress’ husband of more than 10 years]: ‘Do you think anyone will notice?’ And I just took them off,” she says gleefully. “It was so much more comfortable. I love the way that a high heel looks, but the actual wearing of it is a whole different thing.”

    One thing you can be sure of: Kidman won’t be playing it safe come Oscars night. “I have no problem being divisive,” she smiles. Take the spectacular green sequined Gucci dress, adorned
    with a parrot on each shoulder, that she wore to the Screen Actors Guild Awards the night before our interview – even her two youngest daughters had a critique. “My eight-year-old [Sunday Rose] said, ‘You’re wearing that?’ My six-year-old [Faith Margaret] was like, ‘What’s on your shoulder?!’”

    The girls have no doubt picked
    up a strong sense of style from

    “I’m dedicated to being the Chameleon... I change the way I Look and talk and move to Create the character”

    Nicole Kidman is still searching for an Oscars dress. She’s looking for something extra special for this, her fourth outing as an Academy Award nominee (she won a Best Actress statuette in 2003 for The Hours, her other shortlist moments coming courtesy of 2002’s Moulin Rouge! and Rabbit Hole in 2011). This year the Australian actress is representing Lion, based on the true story of an Indian boy separated from his family – one of the 80,000 children that go missing in the country each year – who is adopted by an Australian couple, and she wants a dress that celebrates the film’s heritage. “I have a sense of what I want to wear, I want it to have a real flavor of the film, but I haven’t found it,” she

    Shirt by Jil Sander; pants by Delpozo; sandals by Valentino


    Words: Emma Sells. Fashion: Jessica Steuart. Photograph: Bruce Anderson

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